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Skinny Samoa Shake Recipe

So, some of you might be getting a little tired of my milkshake recipes but I can’t help it!  I have been on a milkshake craze lately!  I am loving them!  With each of them only ~100 calories per serving, I am having them daily!  So, on my quest to replicate the Girl Scout cookie of skinny shakes (like I have done with the Thin Mint Shake)… let me introduce you (drum rolls) to the (sound of trumpets): Skinny Samoa Shake!!!   (Ooooh’s Aaaah’s)  Yes folks, I have really outdone myself this time!  This is by far my favorite one.  I can not wait for my peeps out there to try it and tell me what you think.  So fire up your blender… here it is:

Skinny Samoa Shake
Ingredients
1/2 cup of nonfat cottage cheese
2 Tbs of sugarfree chocolate instant Jello pudding mix
1/4 tsp coconut extract (1/2 tsp if you like it real coconuty)
1 Tbs Hersey’s carmel syrup
1 cup ice
1 cup water (less water if you prefer a thicker shake)
Directions
1.  Combine all ingredients and blend until the ice is completely chopped and has the milkshake consistency.
2.  Split into 2 glasses and drink this delicious concoction with delight knowing how FEW calories it contains!
Makes 2 Servings

1 Serving = 76 calories (13g Carbs, 0g Fat and 7g Protein)

The base ingredient of this recipe is from www.dashingdish.com, I added the flavor twist.

What Girl Scout cookie should I try next?! 

About the author

mandipie4u

Mom of two yougin's, on a mission to beat the battle of the bulge. Love to travel, cook, eat chocolate, binge watch movies, celebrity scout, ride rollercoasters & annoy my kids. Contact me: guideformoms@yahoo.com

2 Comments

  • A thought. Maybe an alternative option could be half a scoop of a chocolate protein powder OR half scoop of a chocolate meal replacement powder (full of vitamins). This might have less calories than the Jello, albeit sugarfree, in most cases. And more nutritious.

  • I found this just after making the DashingDish recipe this morning. I have pondered how to reduce the calories in those terrific recipes…
    I believe you are omiting the protein powder and changing the serving size to two because your recipes are intended to be child-appropriate?? And/or an adult "snack" rather than a meal replacement??
    Thanks for the recipes!

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